Rat Zapper Ultra Trap, 3-Pack Bundle
This bundle includes 2 Rat Zapper Ultra Traps + 1 FREE Rat Zapper Ultra Trap!
- Ideal for catching and killing larger rats
- Works for mice as well
- Easy to use – insert batteries, bait, turn it on, place, and relax
- Hands-free “no touch, no view” disposal reduces the “yuck” factor
- Easy to clean and can be reused indefinitely – your friends and family will want to borrow (and keep!) it
- One set of 4 D batteries = 60 kills
- Battery replacement notification
- Safe and sanitary – while always wise to use caution around kids and pets, there is no blood, mess, chemicals, or poisons to clean up or worry about
- High 8,000-volt two-plate design delivers a shock that lasts two full minutes
- Red indicator light flashes repeatedly upon kill in order to alert you of a successful catch
- One-year warranty and lifetime customer support
1Rat Zapper Ultra Rat Trap - Buy 2 Get 1 FREE is rated out of 5 by 83.Rated 5 out of 5 by Zerican from Rat Zapper does just that Just moved into this cottage few months ago . 2 weeks have noticed pellets on the ground and was wondering if I had rats or mice. Did not take me long to actually see the critter. I am still not sure if it was a small rat or large mouse but it taunted me. I would says " I see you!" it would look at me and take off running. Right in the kitchen floor. I layed down the snap traps but never worked. I ordered Rat Zapper on the 25th and got it on 27th ( thanksgiving kind of ruined the next day delivery ><) . It came today and I went to walmart to get D batteries and pick up some dog food and hamster/gerbil food ( in case the dog food trick didn't work) I bought kibble and bits small bag , i put the batteries in and put it against the wall near where I found the fecal matter. I put one kibble at the entrance of the trap to lure it in, the rest in the back of the trap. 30 mins later i could hear the zapper going off. It zapped that critter for good 2 mins. I turned it off took it outside to the dumpster and sure enough a mouse had enter the trap to it's doom. I re-baited and put it back again and am waiting to see if I get more. I am a little concerned I may have more since that one didn't seem to look like the one i saw in the kitchen. I may have a clever one that might not fall for it but Ill keep trying. The product works and surprising fast. I may try the gerbil bait to see if that lures them even more. I recommend you buy this product. I have a terminix subscription so monday he will be coming over going to see about him trying to help me find their entrance locations and help me seal off the house. I dont not recommend using poison. ( they can die in your walls and they might be small but they can really stink of the house being dead)Date published: 2015-11-28Rated 5 out of 5 by cactuslover from Highly recommended, does the trick We live in Arizona, have pack rats, after trying glue traps, and "regular" spring traps, decided to purchase these (great deal, buy 2, get 1 free).....we are using 2 traps outside...and are catching mice every night in at least one trap.....Date published: 2015-11-20Rated 5 out of 5 by Ralphie from Awesome Purchased 3 and I set two on the back porch. Within the first few hours I caught a pack rat that was after my outdoor furniture. In a day or so I also caught a mole that must have been migrating at night to the flower beds. Zapped them! I love looking to see if the red light is flashing. Easy to set, easy to get rid of critter. I highly recommend.Date published: 2015-11-18Rated 5 out of 5 by Carolyn from Great for mice too These zappers work great---they flash a red light when mouse has been zapper--just dump the the mouse out and reset---I use a kennel of dog food in the trapDate published: 2015-11-14Rated 3 out of 5 by Jackie27 from Smart mice foiled my plan I was so happy to catch a rat and a mouse the first night but sadly none since. I think they figured it out and now give the traps wide berth. Will keep trying though.Date published: 2015-10-28Rated 3 out of 5 by new country home from Worked perfectly the first night The traps worked great the first night, as I put four baited traps out and got four mice. The next time, I put four traps out and only got one mouse. However, the red lights were on for two of the units without a mouse inside...false alarm? Maybe I have no more mice or maybe the traps need to be washed between killings?Date published: 2015-10-26Rated 5 out of 5 by Bear from Returning customer I've had Rat Zappers for several years now best catcher I've ever had. They are clean and really seem to do the job. I've given some away as gifts to friends they also have had good experiences with them.Date published: 2015-10-24Rated 5 out of 5 by Ron H from Love my Rat Zappers It took about 12 hrs for the first mouse to face its untimely death in our basement drop ceiling. And 30 seconds for my wife to inform me that the rat zapper rat tail's red eyes were glowing and to go empty the trap. I just got up on the stool and dumped the carcass into a plastic bag. No prying a metal bar off a nearly decapitated mouse or not discovering a dead mouse until it starts to stink. Wish I found these years ago.Date published: 2015-10-23
Could the dry dog food we're using in the trap (some at the entrance, as recommended) and some further back in -- is giving us "false positives" with our trap? We've had blinking red lights lately with no dead rat - and the bait is still there.Placing too much dry food inside the trap may cause a false trigger. We recommend placing one or two pieces of food inside a small plastic bottle cap and sliding it to the back of the trap.Date published: 2015-11-21
I have the trap that uses c batteries. I've killed four rats, but I notice the bait is always gone though the rat is dead. This morning the bait was gone but there was no rat. The batteries are brand new. What's the problem?If any dirt or debris has settled on the plates, it may prevent the trap from sensing when a rat enters the trap. We recommend cleaning the trap by turning the trap off and removing the batteries. The trap can be placed in a disposable pan with one inch of water and unscented dish soap and allowed to soak for an hour. The plates can then be gently cleaned with a soft disposable brush and rinsed, be careful not to get any water in the upper compartment. Once the trap has air dried fully, the batteries can be placed back into the trap.Date published: 2015-11-10
Do you manufacture a Rat trap that is able to be used outdoors in the high voltage electric shock type?All of our electronic traps are intended for indoor use only.Date published: 2015-10-07
Can these be used outdoors ?This trap is not designed for use outdoors.Date published: 2015-09-24
Rat Zapper Ultra Trap - Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Where do I place the trap?
A: Place the trap along the wall where rodents primarily travel or where you have seen signs of rodent activity. Rats are wary critters and they’ll initially avoid anything new in their environment. Good news is we’re smarter than they are! It may take a few days or nights for the first rat to enter your trap but be patient!
Q: How do I bait the trap?/What should I use to bait the trap?
A: To bait the Rat Zapper, first make sure the trap is turned off. Place the bait along or on the back wall of the trap. Be sure to use gloves or a tool to bait so your scent is not transferred onto the trap. We’ve carefully researched dry pet food and found it an excellent lure. Other dried baits (nuts, dehydrated fruit, etc.) can also work well. Goopy Bait Note: Please don’t place moist or goopy bait in your Rat Zapper unless you place it in a plastic container, like a medium plastic bottle cap, and then slide it to the back of your Rat Zapper. (Otherwise you may goop the electronics and/or falsely trip the system.)
Q: What type of batteries do I need?
A: The Rat Zapper Ultra requires 4 “D” alkaline batteries which will provide approximately two years of stand-by power. Use high quality alkaline batteries to ensure the best results.